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Noles News: Seminoles get big win in return to court

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Plus, Jalen Ramsey continues to be lockdown when it matters most

Recruiting

2022 offensive lineman George Fitzpatrick, a 6’6 275 pound offensive tackle from Englewood, Colorado who holds offers from Arizona, Auburn, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma,Oregon,Tennessee, Texas, and USC , amongst others, earned a Florida State Seminoles football offer (on his birthday, nonetheless!)

Football

Jalen Ramsey keeps on doing cool stuff when it matters most:

Basketball

Florida State Seminoles basketball returned to the court after a long layoff (to catch up on how the rest of the ACC has fared, check out Austin Cox’s breakdown here.)

The Seminoles had no apparent rust after the break, showing up against the NC State Wolfpack in a return to conference play. FSU won 105-73 — you can read about the game here, and hear from head coach Leonard Hamilton and FSU players here.

It was a record-setting night in terms of efficiency:

Between Austin, Brett Nevitt, Matt Minnick, Kevin Little, Prince Akeem Joeffer and, of course, Michael Rogner, we’ve got you covered on everything Florida State basketball this season. We want to make a deliberate effort of covering it with the same intensity we do football, so if there’s anything you’d like to see more of, if there are players you specifically want to see featured or profiled, 1000 percent let us know and we’ll get it done.

Malik Beasley has been shooting lights out lately:

Baseball

Florida State received its ACC scheduled on Wednesday, with the Seminoles set to play 36 starting in late February.

All Sports

Jennifer Kelly, who earned her master’s degree in psychology from FSU in 1984 and then her doctorate in clinical psychology in 1987, is now the president of the American Psychological Association.

Max Gunzburger, Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor and Krafft Professor of Scientific Computing and an applied and computational mathematician in the Department of Scientific Computing at Florida State University, has been named one of the world’s most influential researchers by a prominent global citation database.